Letter stating which US Army medical directors have sent in casualty lists for troops injured during the Civil War. From OHA 15 Letterbooks of the Curators, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine. Topics: Civil War, medical museums, statistics, epidemiology, Medical and Surgical History of the War of...
Letter requesting trade of specimens and catalogues between the Army Medical Museum and the College. From OHA 15 Letterbooks of the Curators, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine. Topics: medical museums, England
byoan Redding (1997); Updated by Kathleen Stocker (2010); Revised by Eric W. Boyle (2013)
Named after Major Walter Reed, the Army surgeon who discovered the cause of yellow fever, the Walter Reed General Hospital opened in 1909. After the Army Medical School, Army Dental School, Army School of Nursing, and other training facilities were established near the hospital, the campus became the Army Medical Center in 1923. In 1951, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Walter Reed, the center became the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC). The Army acquired the Forest Glen Annex in... Topics: Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Walter Reed General Hospital, Army Medical School, Walter Reed,...
Index of patients and contributors of cases of hip amputations. Patients listed by name and regiment. These are loose pages that accompany the bound book uploaded under the same title. Dates from 1867. Topics: catalog, index, amputations, George Otis, G.A. Otis, Army Medical Museum
Index of patients and contributors (and their addresses) of cases of hip amputations. Patients listed by name and regiment. There are loose pages that accompany this book that have been uploaded under the same title. Dates from 1867. Topics: catalog, index, amputations, George Otis, G.A. Otis, Army Medical Museum
ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HEALTH AND MEDICINE OTIS HISTORICAL ARCHIVES Interview w/ Dr. George Schreiner of Georgetown University - 4/18/91 Present: GS - Dr. Schreiner AN - Adrianne Noe, Curator of Historical Collections AH - Alan Hawk, Collections Manager, Hist. Collections MR - Michael Rhode, Archivist, Otis Historical Archives Topics: oral history, artificial kidney, Georgetown University, prosthetics, Korean War
byMichael Rhode, Kathleen Stocker, and Eric W. Boyle (editors)
Guide to NMHM collections held in three departments: Otis Historical Archives (the Museum's records, manuscript and photographic collections, rare books, and art works); Anatomical Collections (skeletal remains and pathological specimens); and Historical Collections (medical artifacts); and two repositories of medical research material, the Neuroanatomical Collections (brain sections) and the Human Developmental Anatomy Center (specimens, models and images of fetal development and brain... Topics: Guide, Collections, Museum, Medical Archives, Military Medicine
This artificial collection contains material amassed over time by Otis Historical Archives, while located on the WRAMC campus. Series are divided by subject and type, and include photographs, reprints, articles, manuals, educational material, registries, seminar publications, conference and symposia programs, product and device catalogues, price lists, and books. Topics: Occupational Therapy, Walter Reed Army Medical Center
This collection consists of 76 prize-winning photographs from several years of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists annual contest. No reproductions allowed as the Otis Historical Archives does not hold the copyright. The following inventory includes information about the prize, photographer, title of the image, place the photograph was taken, and the NMHM accession number. Topics: American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Pathology, Photograph Competition
THE JOHN SHAW BILLINGS AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT ...1 Elgin C. Cowart, M.D. Retires as Executive Director of ARP ...2 New Executive Director of ARP Appointed ...2 LtCol Robert Becker, USAF, MC, Named John Hill Brinton Award Winner ...2 Dr. Elson Helwig Honored with Billings Lifetime Achievement Award ...3 Dr. Hyman Zimmerman Receives AGA Distinguished Educator Award ...4 Museum Foundation Nets $300,000 in First Year ...4 Lundberg Speaks at James Ash Lecture ...5 Otis Historical Archives of... Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, Elson Helwig, Robert...
The collection consists of material from the dental office of the Navy cruiser U.S.S. Des Moines. The items were removed from the ship in 1993 by personnel of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, who then donated them to Otis Historical Archives in 1996. The collection includes mostly published material: manuals, equipment instructions, Navy regulations, and books. The only original documents are seven photographs. The collection was maintained as a unit due to conditions of donation; it... Topics: U.S.S. Des Moines, Dental Office, Dental Manual, Dental Equipment, Navy Regulations, Dental Products
Written by George A. Otis and D.L. Huntington. Covers "Wounds and Injuries of the Lower Extremities," "Miscellaneous Injuries," "Wounds and Complications," "Anesthetics," "The Medical Staff and Materia Chirurgica," and "Transportation of the Wounded." Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
Our expanding fee for consultation program and other initiatives: The AFIP at work for you ...1 LTC Patrick Lorenz, MS, USA, Chief, Automation Management Services ...2 Major Edwina Popek, MC, USA, Chair, Department of Pediatric Pathology ...2 Christopher Kelly Appointed Public Affairs Officer ...3 AFIP HAPPENINGS ... 3 Dr. Wayne Meyers named 1990 Damien-Dutton Award Winner ...4 Department of Hepatic and Gastrointestinal Pathology Formed ...4 Resources of Biomedical and Zoological Specimens... Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, leprosy
The Year Behind Us .... The Year Ahead .... by CAPT Robert F. Karnei, Jr. ...1 Capt Kimberley Power Appointed Administrator, CAME ...2 Major Phillip Cooper Appointed as Administrator of the Center for Advanced Pathology (CAP) ...2 Lieutenant Eleanor Valentin Appointed Assistant to Deputy Director, MIRER ...3 AFIP Happenings ...3 RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY AT NATIONAL PATHOLOGY REPOSITORY ...4 PATHOLOGY DATA DIVISION CLEARS BACKLOG; New Quality Assurance Program is Successful ...5 F. Y.l. ...... Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, National Museum of Health and Medicine, Civil War, photography
byNational Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
The 2009 edition of the Guide to the Collections at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. It includes the following collecting divisions: Historical, Anatomical, Neuroanatomical, Human Developmental Anatomy, and Archives. Topics: Guide to Collections, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine, inventory
Prepared, under the direction of Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General United States Army, by George A. Otis, Assistant Surgeon, United States Army. Includes a chronological summary of engagements and battles. Covers wounds and injuries of the head, face, neck, spine, and chest. Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
Prepared under the direction of Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General United States Army by George A. Otis, Assistant Surgeon, United States Army. Covers injuries of the abdomen, pelvis, flesh wounds of the back, and wounds and injuries of the upper extremities. Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
The Comparative Neuroanatomy Reprint Collection consists of articles on comparative neuroanatomy and brain evolution across vertebrates from the early decades of the 20th century. Some are on systematics and taxonomy, particularly of reptiles and amphibians. A few are by some of the best known, top pioneers in the field. Given the importance of the Museumâs Neuroanatomical Collections, these reprints are intended to enhance those collections. As these materials are generally rare and often not... Topics: Comparative Neuroanatomy, Ann B. Butler, Paul Weiss, William Cruce, Neurobiology
A computer inventory of Civil War medical photographs taken at the Army Medical Museum, and published in 8 volumes during and after the war. Photographers include William Bell. The images are currently in the National Museum of Health and Medicine, the successor to the Army Medical Museum. There are 400 Surgical Photographs (SP) held at the Otis Historical Archives (OHA) of the National Museum of Health and Medicine. They are also known as Photographic Series especially in contemporary Museum... Topics: Civil War, medicine, medical photography, William Bell, surgery, bone, Columbian Exposition of...
Catalog or logbook of cases of alleged recovery from wounds to the liver, kidney, gall bladder, ureter, blood vessels, hepatic duct, and from muscle rupture. Includes a list of "doubtful cases," a bibliography, and notes taken from historical literature. Most cases are from the Civil War, which lists the patient's name, home state, and regiment and company, but the range of dates is from the late 17th to the late 19th centuries. Topics: Civil War, wounds and injuries, catalog, logbook
The Report of the Joint Commission for the Investigation of the Effects of the Atomic Bomb in Japan; Volume VI. by Ashley W. Oughterson, Henry L. Barnett,George V. LeRoy, Jack D. Rosenbaum, Averill A. Liebow, B. Aubrey Schneider, and E. Cuylar Hammond. NP-3041 Office of Air Surgeon July 6, 1951 Army Institute of Pathology Topics: atomic bomb, pathology, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Japan, Atomic Energy Commission, World War II
byCoal Mines Administration, US Department of the Interior
(Report of the Coal Mines Administration, 1947), well-illustrated with photographs of life in coal towns. Topics: Coal Mines Administration, public health, industrial medicine, West Virginia, Pennsylvania,...
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Anatomical Section (non-pathological anatomical specimens); a list of crania. Topics: Army Medical Museum, crania, anatomical, anatomical specimens, catalog, logbook
Catalog or logbook of wounds of the stomach, intestines, spleen, and pancreas. Includes patients' names, dates of injury, disposition (died, discharged, etc.), types of sutures used, and bibliography. Dates of the bibliography are from mid 18th-19th century. Topics: Army Medical Museum, wounds, catalogs, logbooks, bibliography
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Comparative Anatomy Section (veterinary specimens), of crania and skeletons of fishes. No date. Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, fish, veterinary, comparative anatomy
Catalog or logbook of miscellaneous items received at the Army Medical Museum from 1877-1884. Includes MS numbers 857-1060, and lists such items as a pattern for a splint, catheters, antiseptic spray apparatus, and stone hammers. Topics: Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook
Manuscript of the Army Medical Museum's Comparative Anatomy Section (veterinary specimens): list of skeletons and crania in the section of comparative anatomy, by H.C. Yarrow, 1870s. Topic: Army Medical Museum, manuscript, comparative anatomy, H.C. Yarrow, veterinary
Written by the students of The Army School of Nursing's class of 1926. This is the Annual (Yearbook) from Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC, and Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco, California. Topics: Walter Reed General Hospital, Letterman General Hospital, Nursing, Yearbooks, Annuals, Nurses,...
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Microscopical Section (prepared microscopic tissue sections) from 1879-1909. Includes Section numbers 7978-12338. Topics: microscope slides, pathology, Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Medical Section (items related to diseases not surgically treated). Includes Section numbers 1-1585. No date. Topics: pathology, medical, pathological specimens, diseases, Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook
2-sided sheet folded into a booklet explaining awards in the United States military. This scan is arranged so that the booklet reads in order. Topics: pharmaceuticals, uniforms, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, trade literature
2-sided sheet folded into a booklet explaining awards in the United States military. This scan is of the two sheets. Topics: pharmaceuticals, uniforms, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, trade literature, World War 2, Civil War
Catalogue or logbook of woodcuts used in circulars issued by the Surgeon General's Office and in the Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion. No date. Topics: catalog, Army Medical Museum, logbook, woodcuts, illustrations, medical illustrations
Catalog or logbook of surgical specimens and instruments received at the Army Medical Museum. Lists such instruments as needle forceps, bullet extractors, and an electromagnetic appliance. Circa 1879. Includes Surgical Specimen (SS) numbers 6200-7447, 9200-9950. Topics: Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook, surgery, surgical specimens, surgical instruments
The proceedings of the 7th Saranac Silicosis Symposium, held at Saranac Lake, New York September 22-26, 1952, during Dr. Arthur J. Vorwald’s tenure at the Saranac Laboratory. Includes the September 24, 1952 session on “Pneumoconiosis and Pulmonary Cancer.” Topics: pneumoconiosis, pulmonary disease, pulmonary cancer, Saranac Conference, 7th Saranac Conference,...
Catalog or logbook of the Army Medical Museum's Miscellaneous Section, with items numbered MS 1-1046, with "old number" and donor cross references. Dates from 1883-1889. Items as diverse as lumbar vertebrae, antiseptic dressings, and cadet uniforms are noted. Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, anatomical specimens, laboratory supplies, surgical supplies
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Medical Section (items related to diseases not surgically treated). Includes Section numbers 1477-1741, dating from 1879-1883. Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, anatomical specimens, diseases